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live from the kgo, tv broadcast center, this is abc news. >> a bus hit by a stolen car slams into a home and missing a 3-month-old by just inches. >> people trapped in the wreck are trying to get free and tonight the driver of the stolen car is still out on the loose. good evening, i'm dan ashley. >> it happened at 18th street at dinner time. >> abc7 news reporter alan wang was live from the scene. you talked with some of the people who live inside the home. >> we did, dan and ama. we do a lot to protect our kids. there is almost nothing you can do to protect something like this. you can see where the bus punctured the side of the house. it hit with such force. on the other side of the wall was a baby. the bus was doing between 20 and 25 miles per hour when it struck this house in richmond around 5:30.
>> my son was inches from being hit by the bus. >> ashley ortega found her 3-month-old son sitting in the bouncy chair in the living room and looking up at an ac transit bus. >> my daughter was in the back bedroom and i called her and grabbed my son and got out. i didn't know what was going to happen. >> the gas service line was severed and leaking. several dazed and bloody passengers including two children and a bus driver were trying to escape the bus. >> it was hard to get off. we didn't know how to exit. >> why couldn't you go through the door? >> they wouldn't open. it was hard to open. >> we briefly evacuated the area because of the gas leak. since then the air was deemed cohabittable again. the residents should know they are safe in their homes. >> but the ortega's home is red tagged. >> what can i say? i have to find a place to live now. >> police say the bus struck a speeding stolen car at the
intersection of 18th street and burbank avenue. they arrested a juvenile male passenger, but the driver got away on foot. alan wang, abc7 news. >> a group of men reportedly attacked an off duty santa clara county shear riff deputy. it all happened around 1:00 on thursday morning behind a shopping center. he were talking and three men approached before attacking him and ran off. police have not made any arrests. tonight crews are cleaning a huge amount of debris left by the mass of fire in the mission district. they gutted the store at 22nd and the building is now considered a total loss. you can see why. take a look. this is how it looked before the fire, and this is how it looks now. however, all but a few surrounding shops reopened today. it is almost no worse for the wear. alyssa harrington is liae in the mission district with
more. hi, alyssa. >> hi. about 10 shops and businesses remain closed and this part of mission street is closed except for muni buses. as early as tomorrow they could begin knocking down part of the building. people who live and work near the big house think a building that was gutted are just trying to get rid of the smell. on bartlett street, the windows are wide open. >> i think we will stay in the living room and our bedroom was closer. there is a bit more better ventilation there. >> he was known as the wizard and is trying to over power the smell of smoke with something he likes. >> cooking bacon. >> he had to evacuate and he and his roommates grabbed their pets . the ?eak stayed wrapped around a -- the snake stayed wrapped around his neck all afternoon. >> he liked the attention. he stayed tight on my neck, but he didn't seem alarmed or anything. >> back on mission street
large fans are on full blast. the building suffered water damage. >> there was small business that every day comes. >> the fire will not hurt their customers who need their dresses. >> we have to take them home. this is a once in a lifetime event. >> the charlotte maxwell clinic is closed. about 55 women will not be able to get their cancer treatments until monday. >> it just didn't feel right. it didn't feel like the air was healthy. we had to close down. >> firefighters sigh big house inc -- say big house ,inc will have to be demolished. everything from beach towels to suitcases on mission street. in san francisco, alyssa harrington, abc said news. >> the santa clara county sheriff office released the name of a woman whose body was found burning. she is 35-year-old julie
theresa calochi and police are not saying how she died or if they have suspects. the driver found her body west of morgan hill. police closed oakland avenue for 10 hours while the coroner's office investigated. >> a protest in oakland spilled into the streets downtown tonight. this is video from you stream of police blocking the protesters. the urban shield convention has increased mill tearization. the convention and expo features armored personnel carriers and military grade weapons and s.w.a.t training exercises. they say it divides police from the community. >> and they jump out with weapons behind shields to confront people. that's hardly the model of public safety that we need in the community of oakland. >> we had the same conversation last year and three weeks later a nut case walked into l.a.x. and started shooting the place. and guess what. they didn't call the military and they didn't call the fire
department and they didn't call the protesters. they called the police. >> the sheriff's office hosts urban shield. the convention has been held in oakland since 2007. developing news out of mariposa county. families were forced from their homes because of a wildfire. it started late this afternoon west of yosemite national park. the fire has burned 300 acres and is not contained at all. this amateur video shows flames and smoke pouring from the trees along highway 49. 700 homes and five businesses are under an vac wages order. a wildfire is affecting air quality in the north bay. the fire has gone through 83,000 acres. it has been burning for four weeks. it lead to a smoke advisory for the north bay. meteorologist sandhya patel will have more about the advisory coming up. >> tonight abc joined 30 other networks for the stand up to cancer telethon. the star a-studded event featured performances by air january gnaw grande and the
who and others. they raised $260 million for cancer research. and cancer survivors and advocates all over the bay area stood up to cancer. here is a viewing party. it was set up by the organizers of the american cancer society's relay for life. it is not too late to give. go to stand up to cancer .org and you can make your donation tonight. >> still to come, your chance to get a piece of history. the items sitting idle for more than four decades that are now going on the auction block. that and priority produce. the unlikely partnership amazon has planned to get groceries delivered to your door. >> and i wonder if they had enough dough for the toll. the wild commute on the golden gate bridge. >> that is a wild side. ii am abc news' sandhya patel. seasonal summer weather for the upcoming weekend.
dismiss. if you can get past the cracked paint and open the door and go back 43 years in time, would you? >> the last day it it would open was 1971. >> that's right. are you looking at a rural time capsule, property of brad kirkpatrick. his grandfather owned the store. >> i shutdown this business and continued the other business for 43 years. >> meantime the contents just sat there gathering dust. on saturday morning brian will auction them off one lot at a team. what a collection. >> it tells the whole history of the valley, the general stores. it sells the history of what rural country life was before we turned into a wine region for the rich and famous. >> like many general stores back then it served multiple functions. here is the post office.
>> what was the zip code? >> there was no zip code. >> this was before zip codes ? >> we shut this down in 1947. >> there was a bar too. >> every item in here tells a story. do you see the beer ad, the one with the bulldog? note the bullet hole. that did not happen by accident. the guy stood here at the bar with a 44 revolver and bet he can put a bullet right between the dog's eyes. he also put it right through the building. he won the bet. >> it was over. who got the free beer and we are probably pretty lucky there are dogs there. >> here is something else that remains. the hotel upstairs is complete with rooms and still ready for occupants if they don't mind a little dust. this place began as a stagecoach stop. they had to sleep somewhere. >> that's where they would stay. the stage did not run at night. >> all of those years, it was
shut up. not anymore. abc7 news. >> well, the newsroom was buzzing more than normal today. we had a spcial visitor here at the station. >> bless your heart. >> celebrity chef rachel ray hung out with us. she posed for pictures at her team and signed copies of her new cook book. you can get tips every week lay afternoon starting on monday. she talked with our midday crew about what to expect. >> it is super fun. >> we make something wonderful for dinner every night. there are lots of helpful tips. people see a lot of themselves. our viewers are as much a part of our programming. i think we have a unique personality at the show. we have a big goal. we are so thrilled to be making our tv family bigger. >> we are thrilled to have her. catch rachel every weekday coming this monday at 3:00.
>> should be good. here is a look at our new daytime lineup starting on monday terry cruise will host the new season of "who wants to be a millionaire" at 1:00 and" jeopardy at 1:30. >> "general hospital" at 2:00 and followed by the abc7 premiere of rachel ray at 3:00. groceries delivered to your doorstep is nothing new. but how amazon plans to pull it off may surprise you. they are using postal service trucks in san francisco to deliver groceries. drivers are allowed to use the trucks to deliver fresh meat, dairy and produce from 3:00 a.m. until 7:00 a.m. when the trucks are usually idle. they use insulated bags so they don't need refrigeration. the program started in early august. if the service proves to be beneficial for both organizations they will expand it to more cities. >> that's strange and so is this. a um could of deer caused a traffic jam -- a couple of deer caused a traffic jam on the golden gate bridge. they were trotting north on
the bridge. chp called to the scene were caught in the jam and the deer were gone by the time they got there. it did not stop them tweeting pictures. it is more than a buck, ha, ha, ha. and got enough doe for the bridge toll? >> an asteroid discovered days ago will buzz us this weekend. this diagram shows the space rock's projected path. the 60-foot rock will pass a safe 25,000 miles over new zealand. but that's about 1-10th the distance and close enough to fly in the orbits of our communication and weather satellite. >> we mentioned the fires burning and all of that smoke is heading toward the north bay. >> abc7 news meteorologist sandhya patel is here with details. >> as you look at the imagery you will see the fires burning in northern california. the
wind flow carried the smoke down toward the north bay and that prompted the bay area quality district to issue a smoke advisory. it includes napa and sonoma counties. if you are particularly sensitive to smoke and smelling smoke and you see it going into tomorrow, you might want to lem mitt your outdoor time. if you do have respiratory issues follow your doctor's orders. there is a red flag warning until 11:00 p.m. for this area. gusty winds and low humidity will keep the fire danger up until tomorrow night. as we look at our weather it is so quiet from live doppler 7hd. it is the usual pattern of the marine layer along the coast and in over parts of the bay. here is our view looking at coit tower there. there is low cloudiness and the temperatures are in the low 60s from san francisco and san carlos and oakland and it cools off there quickly. here is our view from the emeryville camera. visibility is fine and looking
toward the bay bridge. in the 50s for the north bay and 62 in livermore. sfo camera so far no problems. if you are flying out keep in mind there may be fog around. low clouds and fog overnight and the average temperatures this weekend. and we are looking at slightly cooler weather early next week. it is slightly cooler. we will go with our typical pattern for the upcoming woke end. mild to warm weather expected. just about any outdoor plans the weather is going to cooperate. here is a look at a major category 3 hurricane norbert that has strengthened and packing winds of 115 miles an hour. it has been dumping rain and bringing some strong winds to the baja peninsula of california. we are expecting this to continue to parallel and eventually weaken. but watch what happens into sunday. even though it is a tropical storm, they are getting some rain up in the southern
portion of the state. thunderstorms are expected which is why there is a flash flood watch in affect sunday and monday and widespread thunderstorm activity and torrential downpours and flash flooding in this area. if you are traveling there, watch out. you may want to stay away from the beaches. the same system is kicking up the surf. dangerous swimming conditions and south facing beaches expecting waves of 4 to 10 feet. this continues until monday morning. tomorrow morning here starting out with the fog and the low clouds and mid50s to low 60s for your early saturday plans. for the afternoon it is a mild to warm one. a beautiful day. 89 mor morgan hill and 80 a in sunnyville on the peninsula and 80 in redwood city. palo alto 79. a nice day in downtown san francisco. in the north bay 60s coast side and santa rosa and vallejo and sonoma. 74 in oakland and 80 for you in fremont. head inland and it will be a warm, sunny and seasonal summer day. 90 in livermore and 86 san
ramon. the art and wine festival thissing weekend -- festival this weekend will be mild. the temperatures fall for the start of the workweek down to the upper 80s inland and mid60s coast. then they come right back up again. >> a's baseball. >> larry is here with that. you are a little fired up over it too. >> at the rate the a's are going they may not get the wild card. chris carter is coming back to haunt them yet again.
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' world series sweep. every giant had a hit in the game. the hits just starting and crawford in the third. oblanco in 6-0 after three and then the rain started to fall. it would stop, and they kept waiting and waiting and waiting. more rain was coming and it never arrived. a two-hour 42 minute rain delay. don't they have doppler? the panda leaves the yard. giants win it 8-2 and they stay back of the dodgers. a's and astros and that's the life of the a's. trouble with the long ball once again in the third. john singleton is going deep 1-0stros. the bottom three. a little flare to right and charging miss plays. a's build the 3-1 lead. looking for more in the fourth. they had nobody out. josh donaldson and inning
ending double play. seen this over and over again. chris carter and this is what he does. his seventh homer this season against his former team. why would you throw him a strike? a's fall 4-3. two off for the top wild card spot. and oh how things might be if they had their old buddy and old pal. bluejays, red sox and tied at eight. bases loaded and it is a long walk off single. he is not my ennis he is their ennis. and i am sad. red sox win 9-8 in 10 innings. 49ers made their decision, 49ers made their decision, what to do tands count these dayr count these days.hey have lotf thou to savehey have lots of ways for you to save. real big club card deals, the safeway app and gas rewards. school is in and so are the savings.
in the season opener against dallas. arrested on suspicion of domestic abuse on his pregnant fiancee. they were strad lig the line wean taking a strong tanked on violence and protecting due process. and by the way, they want them to help them beat the cowboys. so he will play. >> i am his teammate and i support him to the fullest. i believe the truth will prevail. hopefully everything goes well. >> and a big college football game tomorrow in the pac-12. stanford hosting usc. kickoff at 12:30 p.m. here on abc7. i predict 79 and sunny and a lot of traffic. got to get to that stadium. >> stay with us.
wake up weather. we will start you out with low clouds and fog. light breeze and temperatures are 50s and 60s. early morning plans if your kids have games and grab a light jacket or sweater. it will be nice. sunny, warm, highs in the 90s. along the coastline with fog lingering in the 60s for your saturday afternoon. and you can pretty much repeat this for your sunday. cooler early next week. lisa argen is here at 5:00 a.m. dan and ama? >> looks good. september is always great weather. that's our report. thanks for watching. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm ama dates. abc7 news continues on-line and twitter, facebook and all of your mobile devices with the abc7 news app. our next newscast is at 5:00 a.m. have a good weekend. >> right now on jimmy kimmle, the always entertaining terry bradshaw.
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